Friday 31st January - 2nd February High-Summer Retreat: Good digestion, weight loss, improving energy levels and kicking sugar cravings
Friday 14th March - 16th March Autumn Retreat: Respiratory and lower digestive system, strengthening the lungs and increasing our sense of vitality and hope
Friday 25th April - 27th April Winter Retreat: Lower back strength, bladder fix, stress release and sexual energy
Friday 9th May - 11th May : Mother & Daughter Retreat: Women’s health, sugar cravings, stress release and core strength
Friday 17th October - 19th October Spring Retreat: Flexibility, eyesight, dealing with joint problems and cleansing
Friday 14th November - 16th November Summer Retreat: Happy hearts, power, strength, blood pressure and circulation
Designed especially to suit beginners and experienced levels of experience, classes for each weekend will vary to suit the changing needs of the seasons according to Ryoho Yoga Therapy. Based on the teachings of renowned teachers, Andzej Gospodarczyk and Lisa Foster, Ryoho yoga combines traditional Indian Hatha yoga with the principles of Yin and Yang, the Five Element Theory and the healing arts of China and Japan.
In addressing specific conditions through yoga and food advice, it is also efficient and effective in dealing with conditions ranging from back and neck pain to women’s health issues, weight control, joint problems, stress, anxiety, respiratory and circulatory problems.
Limited number available, to keep the retreats personal and exclusive. Due to the popularity of the Yoga Retreats it is recommended that you book early to avoid disappointment.
Bio on Kris McIntrye:
Kris McIntyre is a Ryoho yoga therapist and writer and is best-known as the host of Australia's YOGA TV, which has been syndicated around the world. She has studied Ryoho therapy and Zen Shiatsu with renowned teachers, Andzej Gospodarczyk and Lisa Foster. Combining traditional Indian Hatha yoga with the principles of Yin and Yang, the Five Element Theory and the healing arts of China and Japan, Ryoho shifts in focus with each season.
Kris' teaching style is firmly rooted in being strongly connected to the 'real world' and stresses of normal everyday people off the yoga mat. In her 'day job', Kris is the General Manager of a boutique asset research and recovery business based in Sydney.
As a freelance travel and wellness writer, she is a founding editor and contributor to holidaygoddess.com and has also written for publications including body+soul (News Limited), Marie Claire Australia, Australian Yoga Journal, Spa Life and dumbo feather magazine. She's also been a co-author and contributor to two books: Yoga for Switched in Living (Pan McMillian, 2002) and the Holiday Goddess Handbag Guide to London, Rome, Paris and New York.